Not the Polestar wagon we want, but still a well-rounded product that is more than the sum of its parts.
BMW's stellar compact crossover soldiers on into 2020 with subtle but meaningful upgrades.
Eight-passenger capability, an impressive towing capacity, and a decent starting price, all dressed in an appealing package, can be tough to come by. The Armada, just isn’t it.
The lack of cohesion from the trick powertrain, disconnected driving experience, and average real-world fuel efficiency, have us looking elsewhere.
The new GLB carves a seven-seater niche with a well-packaged interior, feature-rich cabin, and oodles of nail-biting performance.
Volkswagen’s interpretation of a slightly more affordable but no less sexy Audi sportback sedan.
The inevitable and first-ever SUV from Aston Martin.
The Audi Q8 receives the RS treatment with a V8 engine, aerodynamic bodywork, real exhaust tips, and yes, it's coming to Canada!
It may not be the quickest compact performance SUV, but it sure as hell makes the biggest entrance.
A strong winter beater candidate but while there's a lot to like about the new four-wheel driven Altima, there's just not enough to love.
Respectable range, hatchback practicality, and a feature-rich cabin give the Kia Niro EV an electric edge.
No excuses necessary.
Another day, another model, and BMW has aced this one.
The dark, dynamic, and emotional alter ego of the Cullinan is revealed.
A regal grand tourer with an insatiable appetite for cruising and turning heads wherever it goes.
Despite the swanky package with chic appeal, the UX is difficult to recommend over its more polished and complete rivals.
An exceptionally enjoyable performance SUV, but not as segment defining as we would have hoped.
Continuing to set the gold standard for hot hatchbacks.
It's a shame that luxury sedan sales are slumping, especially when examples like the ES are such capable, coddling, and pampering family cruisers.
Korean opulence has reached its next level and with it, another shot at success.